Indian Government Approves Prison Sentences For ‘Cam’ Pirates
Feb08

Indian Government Approves Prison Sentences For ‘Cam’ Pirates

While India has a thriving movie market that is loved both at home and overseas, it also has serious problems with piracy. With around 1,000 films produced every year, most major titles are quickly pirated and distributed on the black market, whether on physical media (for around $1 per copy) or for free via the Internet. One of the key problems is the swift availability of Indian movies on pirate sites, often within hours of their...

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Which programming languages should you learn?
Feb08

Which programming languages should you learn?

If you want to get started or get ahead in your programming career, learning a new language is a smart idea. But the huge number of languages in active use invites the question: Which programming language is the best one to know? To answer that, let’s start with a simplifying question: What sort of programming do you want to do? If you want to do web programming on the client side, then the specialized languages HTML, CSS, and...

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Digital divide? How the Asian Penguins share Linux at Minnesota charter school
Feb08

Digital divide? How the Asian Penguins share Linux at Minnesota charter school

“It always seems impossible until it’s done.” —Nelson Mandela. read...

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7 steps for hunting down Python code bugs
Feb08

7 steps for hunting down Python code bugs

It is 3 pm on a Friday afternoon. Why? Because it is always 3 pm on a Friday when things go down. You get a notification that a customer has found a bug in your software. After you get over your initial disbelief, you contact DevOps to find out what is happening with the logs for your app, because you remember receiving a notification that they were being moved. read...

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